Democratic presidential debate made available for reuse without restriction. CNN's page on the event is here. There are four parts to this debate. This is part 1. [ Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 ] [ Democratic | Republican ] ( 1 reviews ) Topics: CNN, Presidential Debate, election 2008
Pan of the crowd at Ron Paul 2008 Republican Presidential Rally, Independence Hall Philadelphia Pa. November 10, 2007 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ron paul, ron, paul, election 2008, 2008, revolution, philadelphia, independence hall,...
(Global Pulse: June 5, 2008) Illinois Senator Barack Obama rises from political longshot to an historic victory in the battle for the Democratic Presidential nomination. His vision of change captures the attention of the world. Will that vision change how the world sees America? SOURCES: Al Jazeera English, CCTV, BBC America, Press TV, South Asia Newsline, Hechos, RCN, Al Alam
On August 7, 2007 the Democratic Party candidates were in Chicago to hold a national debate at Soldier Field. Barak Obama scheduled earlier in the day a fundraiser at a restaurant in Chicago's Pakistani neighborhood on the north side. Many representatives of the Pakistani community held a protest there, opposing his bellicose pronouncements on invading Pakistan if he were elected President. Obama didn't come out to talk to them or to apologize. Later in the day, just outside Soldier Field,... Topics: Obama, Anti-War, Pakistan
Barack Obama: Town Hall in Springfield, Missouri. On July 30th, 2008 Barack Obama spoke at a town hall about economic security and his policy differences with John McCain. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
Al Jazeera's Listening Post brings you a critique of the media coverage of the run up to and during the week-long Republican National Convention. Host Richard Gizbert looks at how the Republicans managed the message as Hurricane Gustav struck and John McCain's vice presidential running mate Sarah Palin announced her unmarried teenage daughter's pregnancy. Link TV's Jamal Dajani joins the discussion.
Dr. Ron Paul speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), on February 7, 2008. The conference is sponsored by the American Conservative Union DVD IMAGE Please note, the dvd image was composed from the original windows media file, and is therefore still of low video quality You can burn a dvd from the following image file using Nero or most any dvd burning program. Image file: right-click this link and SAVE TARGET AS If that doesn't work, get the file by clicking the HTTP link... Topic: election 2008 ron paul cpac conservative speech habeus corpus military commissions act patriot...
Barack Obama in Espanola, New Mexico. Barack Obama addresses a crowd of 9,500 at a rally in northwest New Mexico, speaking frankly about the economic problems we're facing. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
Along with many Americans who support the Democratic presidential candidate, Barack Obama, many people around the world are hoping that US foreign policy will witness a change in the event Obama wins the Presidential elections. No one is more excited than the residents of the small Kenyan countryside village of Kogelo. Barack Hussein Obama, Sen. Obama's father, was born and raised here.
The weekend after his first presidential debate, Barack Obama delivered a speech in front of 35,000 in Detroit, Michigan. He was joined on stage by his wife Michelle, and Joe and Jill Biden. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
SARAH PALIN PUTS INCEST ON THE AGENDA The GOP candidate for vice president opposes abortion rights even in cases of rape and incest. Some 3,000 minor rape victims get pregnant each year in the US, about one out of 15 girls between 5th and 8th grades is sexually abused and over one-third of their attackers is a family member. In 2001 we spoke with Risa Shaw, the editor of the anthology, Not Child’s Play, about coerced sibling incest. We invite Sarah Palin should tune in. (Host: ark Cohen) THE... Topics: wind, oil, off-shore, incest, rape, abortion, poetry, liberism, conservatism, music
(Global Pulse, July 24, 2008) Barak Obama toured the Middle East and Europe on a fact finding voyage surrounded by world and domestic media. While every step Obama took was documented and scrutinized worldwide, is anyone covering John McCain? SOURCES: CNN, U.S., Al Jazeera English, Qatar; The Media Line, Israel; BBC, U.K.; Deutsche Welle, Germany; Asia Today, China; JohnMcCain.com, U.S.; The Daily Show with John Stewart, U.S.